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DRIVERS

TAX ISSUES

On this page you can find some answers to frequently asked questions about legislation and taxation in relation to company cars. Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers.

IF YOU ARE WORKING IN DENMARK IF YOU WORK IN TWO COUNTRIES IF YOU DRIVE A FOREIGN REGISTRERED CAR IN DENMARK
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If your company car is rented or leased by your employer, you are taxed as if the employer had purchased the car. Read more. If you work in two countries, or if you live in one country and work in another, you can avoid being taxed twice for your company car. A double taxation agreement could be your best bet. However, every situation is different, so make sure you examine every aspect. As a general rule, you cannot use a foreign-registered car in Denmark unless you pay the Danish registration tax. This applies equally to leased vehicles. Read more.
EXEPTIONS ALLOWING THE USE OF A FOREIGN-REGISTERED VEHICLE    
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There are exceptions allowing a resident of Denmark to use a foreign-registered vehicle in Denmark. Find out more.